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Mojo Collections

MOJO Collections were special issues of MOJO magazine.

 

The Chambers Brothers: Time for The Chambers Brothers!

Retrospective by Barney Hoskyns, Mojo Collections, December 2001

IN THE STANDARD ANNALS OF "black rock", the acknowledged progenitors tend to be the usual suspects – Hendrix, Sly, Love. But there was another act ...

Sylvia Robinson, The Sugarhill Gang: Sugar Hill Records: Here's To You, Mrs Robinson

Retrospective by Angus Batey, Mojo Collections, Winter 2001

She took Motown as her blueprint and signed the first all-female rap group. But, as Angus Batey discovers, Sylvia Robinson and the Sugarhill mob spent ...

Eminem: Trailer Made: Eminem B-Side Buyer's Guide

Guide by Dorian Lynskey, Mojo Collections, Summer 2001

Eminem was just another basement hip hop hopeful, then he had an exceedingly profitable trip to the loo. Dorian Lynskey plots a wax history. ...

Chic: These Are The Good Times

Retrospective and Interview by Daryl Easlea, Mojo Collections, Fall 2001

THINK CHIC, think chic – a passport back to Studio 54, 70s hedonism; good times, guaranteed to bring gravity to the flapping flares and mirrorball-twirling ...

Cymande

Retrospective and Interview by Angus Batey, Mojo Collections, 2002

STEVE SCIPIO pauses. The bass player and songwriter with Cymande is trying to recall what exactly his band's biggest hit, the reggae-funk masterpiece 'The Message', ...

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